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Law & Compliance Division Conference

28 April 2021 - 30 April 2021 • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM ET Daily

Join us for FIA's virtual Law & Compliance Division Conference (L&C-V), taking place 28-30 April 2021. L&C-V will cover legal and regulatory issues impacting the derivatives industry as well as practical considerations driven by the remote work environment. L&C-V meets the needs of multiple levels of practitioners in the industry, from the new law firm associate to the chief compliance officer. Between live and on demand sessions, this year’s program offers approximately 20 hours of CLE credit covering topics like enforcement, climate risk, digital asset regulation, SEC issues, clearing models and much more. 

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L&C DIVISION MEMBER: $450 

FIA MEMBER: $505 (includes L&C Division membership) 

NON-MEMBER: $550 

GOVERNMENT: $350 

Please contact FIA Member Services memberservices@fia.org for assistance with registration. 

This event is closed to the press. For any media inquiries, please contact Steve Adamske at sadamske@fia.org.

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L&C-V 2021 Sponsors
Contact Toni Vitale Chan, Vice President of Business Development at +1 312.636.2919 to discuss sponsorship and exhibit opportunities. 

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    L&C-V provides multiple sponsorship opportunities that will help you make valuable client connections, build your brand and showcase your products and services. Partner with FIA to deliver 3 days of valuable programming to legal and compliance professionals serving the cleared derivatives industry.

Law & Compliance Division

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    The FIA Law & Compliance Division monitors legal and regulatory developments affecting the futures and derivatives industry, assisting FIA in providing information to help relevant regulators and courts make decisions that affect the futures and cleared swaps community. The division discusses issues with U.S. and International regulators and exchanges and prepares comment letters, position papers, and court briefs when appropriate. More than 600 industry professionals are members of the division and take part in regularly scheduled events and webinars in addition to the annual conference.